Radiohead — Karma Police
Album: OK Computer
Avg rating:
8.2

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Total ratings: 3106









Released: 1997
Length: 4:21
Plays (last 30 days): 2
Karma police, arrest this man, he talks in maths
He buzzes like a fridge, he's like a detuned radio
Karma police, arrest this girl, her Hitler hairdo
Is making me feel ill and we have crashed her party

This is what you get, this is what you get
This is what you get when you mess with us

Karma police, I've given all I can, it's not enough
I've given all I can but we're still on the payroll

This is what you get, this is what you get
This is what you get when you mess with us

For a minute there I lost myself, I lost myself
Phew for a minute there I lost myself, I lost myself
Oh for a minute there I lost myself, I lost myself
Phew for a minute there I lost myself, I lost myself
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It still strikes me how TY can sound more unhinged than almost anyone else when he delivers searing lyrics, and their music is so wow
Sexy Sadie changes therein

 
Un peu surfait, surjoué. La moitié de la chanson me fait penser à du "Frank Black" (Frank Black 1993).

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 Steely_D wrote:
Sexy Sadie

 
Oh yes!!! That's exactly what I thought
Still enjoying this song...
Wouldn't the Karma Police be arresting you for crimes you committed in a past life?
 bam23 wrote:
Isn't it odd that the rating at present is 8.2, suggesting that this piece is very favorably received by the listeners here, and yet all I find are dismissive rejections of the song? Anyway, I really like it and will not join in the Radiohead bashing exercise.
 
There's nothing odd about it. Those who like a song will usually not be inclined to praise it over and over again every time it is played. Those few who hate the song though, will keep on trying to vent their frustration. This makes the negative comments come floating on top of the rest, like pieces of buoyant waste…
Still just fucking awful.
{#Arrowd} what he said {#Arrowd}
Isn't it odd that the rating at present is 8.2, suggesting that this piece is very favorably received by the listeners here, and yet all I find are dismissive rejections of the song? Anyway, I really like it and will not join in the Radiohead bashing exercise.
 Steely_D wrote:
Sexy Sadie

 
Once a plagiarizer, always a plagiarizer?
It's not too bad, but I feel like RH started to slide right about here. The Bends had so much promise.
OMG. Get this dude some happy pills for Jeez sake. One fookin RH song after another is a vehicle of angst and despair. 
freakin' railroad spikes on a freakin' chalkboard....feel free to remove this from your circulation
i'm not knocking Yorke's vocals, plenty has been said about that
but wouldn't it be great to listen to this album without the lead vocals
maybe keep the background vocals 


            It's  my work, I am invisible
.Karma Police are part of peacekeping forces.
 Dutch police are training eagles to take out drones ,
For years I felt like I was the only one that didn't enjoy listening to Radiohead, then came In Rainbows,which blew me away. That album is just fantastic. 
Somebody please give Yorke something to eat. At least his mouth would be full and unable to whin...sing. ;)
See, I like the baseline at the end. Each to their own. It would be very boring if we all liked the same thing 
 Not sure what you mean, but it made me smile. Perhaps I'm a card carrying member of the thought police..meet me in room 101 {#Cool} rdo wrote:

Are you a commie 1wolfy?  Be honest.